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ABC
Jan 19, 2014 12:00pm PST
. then we head back up to busy logan pass where some of the locals are extra friendly. then we find solitude in picture perfect montana, when motion returns. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. [ male announcer ] you say tomato. ♪ old el paso says diced tomato stand 'n stuff chicken tacos. ♪ you say what's for dinner? old el paso says start somewhere fresh. we've traveled to one of the most spectacular destinations in america. glacier is known for big views, alpine lakes and some of the best mountain scenery you'll find e on earth. of the two million people that visit most never leave the car and limit their experience to the drive of the going over the sun road. even though this is one of the coolest drives we've ever taken you can't get close the glacier national park unless you put some of this scenery under your f
SFGTV
Jan 3, 2014 1:00am PST
. >> logan? >> yes. >> fewer. >> yes. >> haney. >> yes. >> maufas. >> yes. >> mcdonald. >> absolutely. >> dr. murase? >> aye. >> miss wynns and miss norton. >> yes. >> unanimous. >> we are going to take a two minute, celebratio we are now on item m, other educational issues, of which there are none. to evening. and item n, consent calendar resolutions removed, at a previous meeting, there are none this evening. item o, vote on consent calendar. roll call please? >> okay, thank you, miss fewer? >> mr. haney. >> yes. >> thank you. >> miss maufas. >> yes, abstain on k50. >> thank you. >> miss mendoza mcdonald. >> consent calendar? >> okay. yes, except on all of the delinquent kresolutions, k3, k, 5, k6, k11, k12, k13, k16, k17, k18, k39, and k41, a high number staff of retroactive resolutions. >> commissions you have those written down. >> 3, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 16, 18, 39 and 41. thank you >> and those are all nayvotes. >> correct. >> dr. murase? >> aye. >> thank you. >> and miss wynns? >> aye. and miss norton? >> yes, except abstain on 1, 312-10 b4. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you. all
FOX
Jan 3, 2014 5:00am PST
and traffic. >> yeah a lot. logan airport 15-inches of snow in boston. i can't make this even warmer it might be colder than this for green bay. the forecasted low for sunday night is minus 21. yes. no, i'm not lying here. ten below by the fourth quarter. it will be just brutal. for us here its really nice and quiet. its almost too quiet. its too mild and too warm for january. just like it was in december. 30s to 40s to 50 in san francisco. the coast has been the place to be. get a little offshore pub. there is a little low spinning in. hazy skies. mild to warm again opinion mostly sunny. maybe partly cloudy. its nothing we haven't seen or dealt with before. here is sal. >>> all right, steve, good morning. we are looking at a decent commute so far. and i think its going to stay that way on this friday the last day that a lot of people have off. westbound traffic looks good coming into san francisco. it will be the bay bridge. we promised we would check the san mateo bridge and the san mateo bridge traffic looks pretty good heading out to the high-rise. i think this is a look at interstate 880
SFGTV
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
? >> thank you. >> mr. logan? >> yes. >> miss faoufr. >> yes. >> mr. haney. >> yes. >> maufas. >> yes. >> mendoza mcdonalds. >> dr. murase. >> aye. sxe. wynns. >> yes. >> and six ayes, the rules having been suspended i will hear a motion and a second for the formal introduction of the resolution in support of a healthcare enrollment drive by sfusd january 21, to 31, 2014 to ensure health coverage for all elible families, introduced by murase and wei and logan. >> so moved. >> second. >> thank you. >> i do not have any public speakers signed up for this item. so we will move directly to comments from the board and superintendent. board members? >> okay, i have one, comment and then if you want to do... or did you want to make, i thought that you would want to make the final xhepts. >> you have to read it. >> i am tired. i am tired. >> okay, would you please read the resolution into the record you are correct, dr. murase. >> i will read some relevant portions and ask the student dell gant logan to read the resolved. whereas the patient and aprotection and the affordable care act require
SFGTV
Jan 29, 2014 7:00am PST
investmendoza, mcconnell, murase, ms. wynns, fewer, ms. weigh and mr. logan. please join me in the pledge of allegiance. >> pledge of allegiance. >> approval of board minutes. we are voting on the regular meeting minutes of january 4, 2014. roll call vote. ms. weigh, logan, murase, mcdonnell, ms. wynns and miss fewer. thank you. >> item b. presentations total to the board of education. superintendant. >> good evening. our superintendant sends his regrets. he's out of state given some weather changes he is unable to make it here this evening or trying to make his way to san francisco. today nearly 150 sf students partook in a health care assimilation in the way that science and technology and principles apply. each team participated in exploring and research and spent time with educators and other assimilations. they were able to gain insight to career opportunities and talent to improve health care stimulation. students of stark elementary are taking to the streets to promote peace in the world as of martin luther king jr. junior day as they prepare to march around the neighborhood: a tri
SFGTV
Jan 15, 2014 7:00am PST
comments from the board? >> seeing none, roll call? >> thank you. >> wei. >> yes. >> logan. >> yes. >> fewer. >> yes. >> haney. >> yes. >> miss maufas? >> yes. >> mis mendoza-mcdonnell, dr. murase? aye. >> murase. >> aye. >> wynns. >> aye. >> election of officers of the board of education, as to the board and to the public, this type of election is by voice vote and a second is not need nomination and permissible for a member nominated to vote for him or herself in this election, you will be voting by name, if there is more than one nomination, it is only one nomination, you will be voting by saying aye or nay. >> i declare that the nominations are open for the office of the president of the board of education for the 2014. >> yes? >> i nominate fewer, president. >> thank you. >> any other nominations for president of the board of education? >> seeing none, i am now declaring nominations for the office of president, nominations are closed. sandra fewer has been nominated. we can either do a roll call vote or i would like to make a motion for aclamation. >> is there a second? >> tha
KRON
Jan 2, 2014 11:00pm PST
was necessary. logan will not reopen until sometime late friday afternoon. >> mother nature. we are from chicago. this is not new to us. >> reporter: this family is trying to end their family vacation without problems. a delayed flight is not easy. >> we have to keep them entertained. the ipad comes in handy. >> reporter: they check their flight status in advance. >> we want to get home. it is not what we planned or wanted. we will have to wait here longer than the 2 hours. >> reporter: this wick ed winter weather will cause cancellations friday as well. check with your airline before you travel. >> anyone flying to the midwest or east coast should check with your airline on the flight status. oakland and san jose have more delays than sfo. >>> a huge sigh of relief after a judge said a school's accreditation cannot be terminated. it doesn't change that the school could lose it later this year. j.r. stone has details. >> reporter: we have heard about city college and how they would lose accreditation. that is unlikely to happen. >> it is a cherished public institution, and as long as i am city
PBS
Jan 5, 2014 11:50pm PST
is important to logan's on its future. we need water whilst said that the man to secure a second eamon has been signed and dated opens that door will form the basis that it should fall but the security and also for the top. i am at peace process. but if it gets postponed its markets and raised in wilkinson would dominate the school staff and desist. this is what we don't want a nation. that's why in the gym that people are hunting for the princeton to sign the unclean meats before the auction. yukon government as philosophy is to leave the stilts with the dotted line. in the country has been the scene say the insecurity the daily beast that is not too casual. he's been to one fifty one in two thousand taking adult and tnt full for you daily and the casualties among the gun on me and police post in two thousand seven hundred sixty seven. up till one thousand eight hundred seventy million people. the figures underlined the deed is deceased instance he says. as in not to mention me as it stands. this winter's night calling on the dotted line to have bbc and consistency full forward and to keep to
CBS
Jan 7, 2014 5:00am PST
not guilty to hate crime and battery charges. 18-year-old logan beaschler was in court yesterday. he and three others are accused of harassing their african- american roommate. the group allegedly champed a bike lock on the victim's neck and tormented him with racial slurs. all four have been suspended from the school and beaschler faces up to a year in jail if convicted. the other suspects have not entered a plea. >>> a chinese national has been arrested for an arson attack on the chinese consulate in san francisco. the building was heavily damaged in the new year's day fire. the fbi says yon fang called police and confessed two days later. the suspect told authorities he was hearing voices in chinese leading him to believe the consulate was involved. he's facing two charges of maliciously damaging property. >>> jahi mcmath is at a new medical facility office being transferred from -- after being transferred from children's hospital oakland. she is now with a catholic organization willing to care for the child. they're keeping the location is secret though because the family receive
CBS
Jan 7, 2014 6:00am PST
state student pleaded not guilty to hate crimes and battery charges. 18-year-old logan beaschler was in court yesterday. he and three others are accused of harassing their african- american roommate. the group allegedly clamped a bike lock on the victim's neck and tomorrowed him with -- tormented him with racial slurs. beaschler faces up to a year if jail if he's divisioned. the other suspects is -- if he's convicted. the other suspects didn't enter a plea just yet. >>> a chinese national has been arrested. the building heavily damaged on new year's day. the fbi says yan feng called police and confessed two days late every. he was wearing voices in chinese leading him to believe the consulate was involved. >>> happening today, the biggest tech event of the year will get underway in las vegas. kpix 5 reporter kiet do is not in vegas, but at intel headquarters in santa clara is some of the next big things will be the wearable electronics, right? >> reporter: we're live here at intel because they made some big announcements last night regarding wearable tech. we're talking about wat
LINKTV
Jan 26, 2014 2:30pm PST
is due to continue on monday. >> our correspondent, kitty logan, is following the syrian talks and joins us from geneva. these negotiations, expectations were low. how significant is this outcome? >> it is an important breakthrough. from all accounts, the situation in homs is desperate. if this gets him tomorrow as hoped, it is a vital relief for people. it is the first time anything like this has been agreed between the parties. it is something the u.n. was keen to resolve. it is also easier to find common ground. both sides agree to the problem in the first place. the minister confirms they will allow the convoy in, as well as allow convoys to take women and children out. they discussed possible prisoner exchanges. that is proving a bit more complex. so many people are being held by different groups. that discussion is ongoing as well. issue, bothrticular sides are still blaming each other. >> what is the chance of some progress on the key political issues like the future of president bashar al-assad? , with mood is not too bad both parties showing mutual respect. both sides very eager
FOX
Jan 27, 2014 9:30am PST
's a penn state altoona student, kevin nelson, and that's officer bender from the logan township police who responded to the situation because they called it a riot situation. apparently at the party, somebody threw a bottle at the police car, students were instructed to go inside. now, kevin tells us that he wasn't drinking he wasn't even at the party and he had been there inside for hours. eventually went outside on his porch and playing his guitar and saw an officer coming by and questioned the officers and said, are we in danger? what's going on? are we allowed to be out there? according to kevin, that's when this started to happen. you see a clip from before this. >> why are you insulting my roommate? what has he done? >> he can stand up. >> he can't breathe. he's begging for air! >> the officers are trying to get him over this railing into the yard. but then, things get even crazier. watch this. >> step over the railing. >> you see, after they get him over the railing, he's standing with three, four guys. that's when the taser happened. >> oh my god! >> wow, this is really disturbing,
FOX
Jan 3, 2014 4:30am PST
did come here and they were able to rebook me. but not for another like 48 hours. >> boston's logan airport shut down operations late last night and officials hope to resume flights later this morning. >>> 4:34. california will have its first snow survey of the year but experts are not expecting to get much out of the results. northern california just completed its driest year since the weather service started keeping track back in 1921. that means going forward experts say january and february are critical. >> we need the rain now. and certainly we need the rain the next two or three months which is typically our wetter part of the wet season. we are certainly hoping for the best but planning for the worst. >> today's snow survey is expected to be about 20% of normal. that is a big difference from last year at this time when it was 150% of normal. the lack of snow is really hurting people who make their living from it. now one ski resort dodge ridge may stay closed for the entire season. that is only if the weather continues to stay dry for the rest of the season. but resort operat
SFGTV
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
12th, 2013. >> miss wade. >> yes. >> mr. logan. >> yes. >> miss fewer. >> yes. >> thank you, mr. hayney. >> miss murase? >> dr. murasi. >> aye. >> and miss norton. >> thank you. >> that is four ayes. >> we are now on item b, presentations from the board of education from our spurpt, mr. carranza. >> thank you, president norton and good evening, everyone. i have a few thoughts to share this evening with everyone here, present, and at home. first and foremost, i hope that everyone had a wonderful thanksgiving and a nice thanksgiving, but for this evening, as many of us know, many of the jobs in this country are being created faster than they can be filled and more than 50 percent of all future math and science occupations will likely be in computing occupations but fewer than 3 percent of students graduate with a degree in computer science, here in the unified school district, we know this and we take the lead to help the students in science and engineering and math and what we call the stem and we add the arts to our work, which we call steam. and we have a thriving career, this
ABC
Jan 3, 2014 4:00am EST
, o'hare boston's logan airport has stopped all flights until noon today. that could be extended. of course this is the holiday travel season which comes to defend this weekend -- which comes to an end this weekend. i have to tell you, driving into the airport, many roads around the airport are pretty icy. areramps and overpasses very icy. if you are coming out to the airport, make sure you give yourself enough time. when you get close to airport make sure you slow it down. reporting live, john gonzalez, abc seven news. abc seven is your storm watch station. we have the latest school closings and traffic alerts plus jacqui jeras and eileen with up- to-the-minute forecasts. you can download the free storm watch weather app for your smartphone. >> our team coverage continues of this winter weather. jacqui jeras will be back with everything you need to know before you head out this morning. it is for: 07 and 22 degrees. we will be back. ♪ >> we are back at 4:09. intro to don't have an of snow on the ground, it is cold out there and jacqui jeras, i was driving in a gust of wind and
CBS
Jan 2, 2014 6:00pm EST
, but nationwide airlines canceled nearly 2,000 flights today and boston's logan airport is scheduled to close tonight at 8:30 that. will have a ripple effect. if you have plans to fly, check with your airline before heading to the airport. andrea, mike and howard will be with you bright and early tomorrow morning at 4 a.m. if you want an extra check on your local roads. just download the wusa9 app. it has a traffic feature that will get right into your own neighborhood. head over to the app store and give it a shot before you leave the house tomorrow morning. >>> a brand-new study taking a closer look at how we get from there to there and why that's often easier said than done in parts of virginia. adding lanes to interstate lane says one professor will not make it easier for drivers in fairfax and prince william county in the long run. david versell says the region ought to be looking at expanding access to public transit like metro and the vre. >>> a rough start to the new year in prince george's county, police dealt with two domestic- related homicides, but despite the violence the county
NBC
Jan 6, 2014 11:00pm PST
jose state student accused of a hate crime pleaded not guilty today. logan beesler faces misdemeanor hate crime and battery charges. he and three other white roommates taunted their black roommate even clamping a bike lock around his neck. his lawyer says that it was a prank and beesler is waiting to hear if he will be expelled from campus. >>> operations were suspended in new york and boston earlier today. that stranded passengers across the country including here in the bay area. we spoke with frustrated passengers who said the airline's decision left them feeling blue. >> jetblue insists that the 17 hour stopping of operations at four airports is all about safety but many of the passengers stranded here at sfo say that the airline is handling it all wrong. at sfo, a six and seven-year-old are weathering the travel delays well, for now. >> hopefully we get out of here soon enough. i'm not sure what the airport is going to look like. >> reporter: jetblue cancelled the flight to puerto rico as they slept and they may not be home until thursday or friday. >> san francisco is not the c
CBS
Jan 9, 2014 5:30pm PST
society. >> we removed 53 from logan airport. >> reporter: and in a normal winter how many might you see? >> six. we're not even a month into winter yet. so this will be the biggest year for snowy owls that i've ever seen. >> which means if you live on the east coast you no longer longer have to rent a movie to see the owl harry potter made famous. they've been spotted as far south as florida. >> it's like a built in gyroscope. >> reporter: smith knows as much as anyone about the snowy owl. at five pounds with a five-foot wingspan, the largest owl in north america. even he's stumped. you've studied snowy owls for more than 30 years, but even you can't explain to me why this is happening. >> you're right. so it's a mystery. >> reporter: he can explain large numbers found at logan and other airports where they pose great danger to planes landing and taking off. >> if you took away the terminals, the planes, the runways at logan, there's 1,800 acres of wide-open habitat which looks very much like the arctic tundra. >> reporter: but as for why they're so far from home, the most popular theor
CNN
Jan 3, 2014 10:00am PST
's light snow that's causing some problems for flights, flights were canceled from logan last night until this afternoon. we are seeing is up in the air there because logan's not too far away planes land. i was supposed to fly out tonight. my flight has been canceled. >> you're not going anywhere. especially with the wind and cold. it's not even as bad in boston as it is in cape cod southeast of boston. the conditions can even worse. laurie segall is there. the winds and snowfall really, really tough where you are. that might not be the biggest concern. it's the coastal flooding that people have been worried about. have those fears been realized? >> listen, i just got off the phone with the massachusetts emergency office and i said, right now is high tide. this is the time that folks are worried. it's going to cause coastal flooding. this town, we're here in chatham, massachusetts, this town is so near the water. anytime something like this happens, could you have coastal flooding. the good news is right now it's high tide. it's moderate right now. they haven't seenen too much coastal flo
CNN
Jan 2, 2014 11:00am PST
. and just in, logan airport will stop all flights later tonight. to new york, we go. salt trucks are out and about because blizzard like conditions are also expected to disrupt travel there and bring dangerous windchills and in the midwest, a foot of snow has already fallen, and temperatures are steadily dropping there as well. the first nor'easter of 2014 is hours away, and it's coming in with a bang. cnn is on top of all the storm with live team coverage here. you have margaret conley in boston where the mayor says his team is ready. sunlinis in washington, d.c. airport, monitoring hundreds of flight cancellations there. ted rowlands, very cold, already in the thick of things in chicago. and margaret, let's begin with you in south boston. i say, i tip my hat to you. you have been out in it all day long. and let's get right to the news. the fact we're hearing from logan, tonight, is it 8:30 p.m. eastern, when they're kacancellg flights? >> that's right, brooke. the worst has yet to come. logan airport, they're running, but at 8:30 tonight, they're going to stop flights all the way throu
CSPAN
Jan 20, 2014 12:35am EST
a written logan. -- aaron logan. as the principal director, she is responsible for the oversight of the defense department. the management of department policy for terrorist threats and finance. previously worked for joe biden on the foreign relations committee. last and not least, i want to welcome john. he is the special ig for afghan reconstruction. he conducted oversight on the effectiveness of u.s. assistance 20afghanistan and has over years of experience serving on staff in the senate and the house. he has worked as a state and federal prosecutor for investigations and prosecutions against organized crime groups. , wehis distinguished lady are happy to have you here. will you proceed with your questions. give testimony. i skipped a whole part of this. you think that is freudian? no, no. you are on. >> thank you. >> i will be honored to launch. thank you for the opportunity to appear today to discuss counters efforts in afghanistan. >> permission granted. >> afghanistan is the source of 80% of the illegal opiates. strategy fordrug the future, there are cure -- clear facts th
NBC
Jan 7, 2014 5:00am PST
the planes. monday it suspended at jfk, laguardia, newark and logan at boston, 300 flights, flights this morning we're told beginning to take off but i spoke with one man who has been trying to get home to colombia and he is having a rough go. >> they remove my flight two times. hopefully finally they can solve my problem. i hope so. if not i have problems in my work. >> reporter: he says he was due back to work yesterday so he says that he's staying with relatives in the bay area. another man said that jetblue put him up in a hotel while his flights were canceled. travelers can request a refund. we're told service should be picking up and be fully operational by noon. live at sfo, christie smith, "today in the bay." >> thanks very much. >> saying how spoiled you almost feel here with everything they are going through. >> we have our own issues, we have a drought. >> true. maybe rain on the way? >> thanks little miss sunshine. we do have a drought. we have rain on the way and we were talking about that sierra snowpack moments ago. i can tell you right now it's going to look more pro
KICU
Jan 2, 2014 11:00pm PST
. but not for another 48 hours. >> reporter: the storm is causing delays and cancellations in and out of logan, new york and newark. some departments already have snow flows on the road. >> they're reporting 18-inches in essex island. and in plymouth county 8- inches. >> reporter: at boston's logan airport. officials cancelled all flights until noon tomorrow. and that trickle down effect felt here in the bay area. there were 15 flights cancelled out of sfo. 32 departing and 13 cancelled. >> we have an office here. and i'm going to go into the sf office instead. >> reporter: now i just stepped inside and checked for flights, right now there are currently no flights listed to boston. >>> now to southern california where los angeles firefighters are battling a fire at a lumberyard. firefighters went into defensive positions to try to keep the flames from spreading to other structures. the l.a. fire department has tweeted that power lines as you can see are down in the area. at this point no evacuations have been ordered. >>> police in eureka say they have arrested a suspect in connection with the killing
Bloomberg
Jan 3, 2014 6:00am EST
? >> there is not a formula for that. the wind can make those monstrous snowdrifts that can pile up five feet. >> is logan open? turcotte logan -- >> logan is not. flights have been canceled, even more delays than that. they will take a while to catch up. >> walked us through the day. what is today, friday? friday. where are we? the week it -- >> does he taper off in the afternoon? >> it does. we will see snow on the ground especially in the new england area. it will take a long time to plow and to shovel out. the wind and the cold temperatures that will get colder. with the windchill factor dropping down to zero in some locations, it makes a treacherous to clear out. >> we go to bloomberg surveillance. isn't it?of january, >> i don't know what everybody is upset about. it will be over in a few hours. ,o some tobogganing cross-country skis. >> it is making travel tough. >> i remember coming to new york city when i moved here in 2005. people worked in the old bloomberg building and used to cross-country ski to work. it is fantastic. we should have more of that. bonnie, you do such a responsible job, and ro
CNN
Jan 2, 2014 4:00pm PST
from now, all flights from logan airport are expected to stop due to the wet weather there. we've got every angle of the storm covered and we'll take you across the country from boston to chicago and then down to the severe weather center for a full report on what's straight ahead. we want to start in boston. up to 18 inches of snow is expected there. and our friend fred is in the snow right now. how does it look where you are? >> reporter: you were saying logan airport will shut in a couple hours. if you look you can see exactly why. the winds are really starting to pick up and the snow is really starting to fall. if you long here, i would say we probably have about almost five inches of snow that has already come down. maybe even a little more. it has been snowing for a very long time. it is continuing on get more heavy and also more windy. if you look at the streets, we've had snow plows going through every ten minutes and they can't even keep the street free. they're having a lot of trouble. traffic is a big issue. the governor here has reacted. most of the schools in massachusett
CBS
Jan 3, 2014 5:00am PST
at logan airport. driving conditions aren't much better with cars slipping and sliding. new york's governor shut down the busy long island expressway and in new jersey, even the plow drivers are having problems. >> slipping and spinning out. >> reporter: the snow here in new york is expected to wind down by late morning. but across the region temperatures are plummetting. >> subzero temperatures you worry about frostbite and hypothermia. it doesn't take long for symptoms to come on. >> reporter: that's why officials are warning people who want to get out and enjoy the snow to be careful. it's an extended winter break here in new york city because this morning it was announced that classes were canceled here in the city. >> how does this storm compare to big ones? it says new york is 10 degrees. how nice is that? >> reporter: that's right, it is in fact 10 degrees. and with the wind chill, it makes it feel even colder and that's the real significant thing about this storm. it's brutally cold here. in places like boston, massachusetts the windchill factor is less than 0. we're talking minus 2
PBS
Jan 25, 2014 5:30pm PST
are corresponding can see logan and casey. we haven't achieved much but we continue to see official line from lockdown brahimi. i know he's a tenacious diplomat but he has is well cast and tia deciding not to be easy for him is it that he did say things that often consultants but i can stop was the fact that a bad policies but that they are in the same brain and they did not workout will help to sustain a frightful more controlled prices throughout the day at raising puppies coming in three different bills. mr crean he said taking told teacher that meant i'd get through he said not exactly correct title but the connotation in pullman help assaulted in about humanitarian access to homes. christopher he meets their secrets. now the local logistics fall into place if she ate and ate in every kind of haunted next to the basics of course like oh two the thin straps that he was suffering. it all sounds well and that all sounds very rational and an effusive progress of people in places like comes to what we saw earlier this week who was once all the judgments in and the opposition at expressing what
NBC
Jan 6, 2014 5:00pm PST
airport and boston's logan airport are frustrated as you you might imagine. as early as last night, some got cancellation notices only to find they couldn't get service on the line or -- we talked with a family that may miss the first few days back at school for their boys in puerto rico and a young woman who may not make it to work in l.a. because of you the effect. >> as one of the largest carriers in the northeast, weather in this area impacts our entire route network and praises. this plan alliance with the current weather forecast. the statement continues with "jetblue is committed to operating safely, further cancellations are possible. we regret the impact to our customers." >>> what's interesting is when you go to the other airlines, they say there shouldn't be any delays. they're telling us we should be asking jetblue for the money. at this point, get me home and i'll deal with that later. >>> saw at least eight flights canceled today and oakland international getting back to us. sfo, by far the most impacted at least 28 inbound and outbound flights were canceled for today. jetb
SFGTV
Jan 14, 2014 4:30am PST
. and to plan, to the word... >> to the plan. >> thank you. >> okay, miss way, yes >> mr. logan. >> yes. >> miss fewer? >> yes. >> and mr. haney, yes. >> miss murase? >> yes. >> mis mendoza? >> yes. >> miss wines? wao*ins? >> yes. >> and as amend and now we will go back to discussing the main motion and commissioner murase was next and then commissioner wynns. >> luckily my comments were spoken about and i appreciate you coming forward and what i was going to say which is, pardon me for any students in the continuation system that fall under this category, as we have explained what is happening in their education, and as we discussed within their education plans to graduate and we let them know what they can get and what they are eligible get and where they are in the spectrum of graduation, i hope that if and when we hear from the students, well i want to attain the energy course schedule and complete it before i graduate and we provide them with options and encourage them to do that and so we may have to restrategy and give them the opportunities be it at their continuation school or as we dev
SFGTV
Jan 15, 2014 9:00am PST
. >> miss wei? >> abstain. >> mr. logan? >> no. >> thank you. >> miss fewer? >> yes. >> mr. haney? >> yes. >> miss maufas. >> no. >> miss mendoza-mcdonnell. >> no. >> dr. murase. >> aye. >> norton? >> yes. >> and miss wynns. >> aye. >> five ayes. item y. the request to speak regarding general matters, and i have one speaker card, michelle pence please come up to the podium, you have two minutes, miss pence. >> and okay, high, good evening, i am michelle pence and i am a parent of students at the claritan elementary in lincoln high school. and okay. i am here on behalf of a diverse student body who depend on the bus transportation from the excelcier district to the claritan elementary, the students use the bus from hill crest elementary to claritan elementary and their feeder school is prosidio middle school and we would like to request bus service for our students to continue to prosidio school for the under served community, the students are only given first choice for our feeder school prosidio it is the only school that they get priority at. and it is about nine miles from the bus stop
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Jan 2, 2014 11:00pm PST
. okay. roll call, please? >> on the amended motion. >> as amended. >> miss wei? >> yes. >> mr. logan,, yes. >> fewer. >> yes. >> haney. >> yes. >> murase. >> yes. >> mendoza. >> yes. >> dr. murase. >> yes. >> miss wynns? >> yes. and miss norton, yes. >> i wanted to recognize director bill san der son for the long leadership in this area and being so attentative to all of the feedback and to our deputy superintendent as well. and to our graduation task force for sticking with us, so thank you all. thank you. >> i just wanted to add to the appreciation and this was possible because of a lot of internal collaboration not just from the support office and the high school support team and i think that you saw our administrators are fully on board with making sure that we realize the potential here and our counselors, who really worked hard to give us a much more accurate sense of the student by student, about what some of those factors are and i think that all of that information is going to be very helpful, and put as we design a support strategy moving forward. >> okay. thank you, very m
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